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Conrad Vorstius

Conrad Vorstius was a German-Dutch heterodox Remonstrant theologian, and successor to Jacobus Arminius in the theology chair at Leiden University. His appointment, and the controversy surrounding it, became an international matter in the political and religious affairs of the United Provinces during the Twelve Years' Truce, supplying a pretext for the irregular intervention of King James I of England in those affairs. Vorstius published theological views which were... Read More

Born19 July 1569
Free Imperial City of Cologne
Died29 September 1622 (aged 53)
Tönning, Duchy of Schleswig
Other namesKonrad von der Vorst, Conradus Vorstius
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